1906 - 1909
This is something of a mystery make as it was said in the British press that it used many components by the steel firm John Cockerill of Liege, yet that company denied any involvement with this or any other make of car. The chassis was by Barriquand et Marre, a well known supplier of steel frames, and the cars shown at Olympia had English built bodies by Hewers or Withers. The 1906 show car had a 24/30hp 4-cylinder engine, and later cars had 16, 30/35 and 40/45hp engines. The Nordenfelt had a round bonnet and radiator in the style of the Delaunay-Belleville.
Source: Nick Georgano / The Beaulieu Encyclopaedia of the Automobile